Spectrum Offshore reports that Spectrum Geosurvey has been awarded a 24-month construction survey support contract for Ørsted’s Hornsea Two offshore windfarm
The contract will see Spectrum Geosurvey provide Hornsea Two with an ‘on-demand’ geophysical survey capacity.
Hornsea Two is set to become the world’s largest offshore windfarm once complete, providing green electricity for in excess of 1.3M homes once complete.
The survey company also recently confirmed that it had invested in a new vessel, Spectrum 1. The vessel has been upgraded with new engines and gearboxes.
Spectrum 1 is a dual-role hydrographic/geophysical survey and crew transfer vessel capable of 12-hour and short duration 24-hour operations.
The vessel has been comprehensively modified for hydrographic/geophysical survey and dive operations while retaining its original full complement of crew transfer capabilities. Together with its size and relatively shallow draft, the vessel has great flexibility in a number of different applications. The vessel is certified for 12 passengers and 3 crew so therefore can carry out combined survey and crew transfer operations.
Spectrum Offshore consists of the subsidiaries Spectrum Geosurvey, Spectrum Geophysics, Spectrum Vessel Services and Spectrum UAV. The group provides a range of services for nearshore and offshore projects.
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